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Property Prices in Tianjin, China

Index Info
Price to Income Ratio: 29.92
Mortgage as Percentange of Income: 236.98%
Loan Affordability Index: 0.42
Price to Rent Ratio - City Centre: 55.39
Price to Rent Ratio - Outside of Centre: 58.29
Gross Rental Yield (City Centre): 1.81%
Gross Rental Yield (Outside of Centre): 1.72%
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Rent Per Month [ Edit ] Range
Apartment (1 bedroom) in City Centre 3,166.67 ¥ 2,500.00-4,000.00
Apartment (1 bedroom) Outside of Centre 1,560.00 ¥ 800.00-2,500.00
Apartment (3 bedrooms) in City Centre 7,100.00 ¥ 5,500.00-9,000.00
Apartment (3 bedrooms) Outside of Centre 3,750.00 ¥ 2,000.00-5,000.00
Buy Apartment Price [ Edit ]
Price per Square Feet to Buy Apartment in City Centre 3,948.35 ¥ 3,716.09-4,645.11
Price per Square Feet to Buy Apartment Outside of Centre 2,121.27 ¥ 1,114.83-2,787.07
Salaries And Financing [ Edit ]
Average Monthly Net Salary (After Tax) 5,458.33 ¥
Mortgage Interest Rate in Percentages (%), Yearly, for 20 Years Fixed-Rate 5.00 4.90-5.40

These data are based on 41 entries in the past 18 months from 6 different contributors.
Last update: February 2019

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2 Comments so far

#Anonymous on Sep 12, 2018 :
Please let me know about rental taxes in Tianjin. I was told that it is 25%. If this is true, is this a tenant's fee to pay or the owners?
I requested a fapioa from my agent to qualify to get my tax for the housing allowance portion of my salary to be reimbursed and was given this rate.
Any help is appreciated.
#Foreigner on May 20, 2018 :
These numbers are not quite right at all and do not seem to take into account the specific districts of Tianjin. I own an apartment in Tianjin as a foreigner and bought it in 2008 for about 740,000 RMB at the time. Today, many years later, and during supposed prime real estate season, now May of 2018, I'd be lucky to see 2 million for it. 90 square meters, modern interior, first floor, good district near a highway, multiple bus lines, and the subway, near schools and shopping. Its a 2 bedroom unit and it could easily be converted into a 3 bedroom apartment, and due to space lay out the rooms would be large. I am not located in the city center, but if I were, I'd be standing in a hallway all day waiting on an elevator to get to work unless I want to leave at 5 AM and beat the rush.

When I got married, all I heard was apartments are the best investment...blah, blah, blah. Due to my employment, I was almost never home while paying for a home I did not live in, and someone else rented....Fast forward years later and the "investment" in my opinion is not worth the risk and now that I want to sell it....the market in the City of Tianjin is essentially flat line and dead.

If you are a foreigner, RENT do not buy an apartment in Tianjin. There is absolutely no point to it whatsoever other than being able to say you own an apartment. Yes there are extremely rare exceptions to this, but RARE.

The first quarter of 2018 has come and gone, its wedding season, and some additional 150,000 Chinese just qualified for a special permit to live in Tianjin with the family registry book if they meet certain criteria and that did almost nothing to the property market. You'd need an influx of a few million more residents to cause a stir in the flat line market.

Concerning rentals....if I managed to ever see 2200 RMB per month for my unit I'd be lucky. That is despite a new interior, furnishings, etc. Oh, and I have designated parking directly in front of the unit.

Bottom line: Don't buy the hype.